Your Energy–and Ways to Improve It

Your life is a good reflection of the quality of energy you put into it. Thankfully, there are things you can do to enhance your own natural energy levels AND things you can stop doing to prevent otherwise good energy from leaking out.

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Some days you have more energy than others. It’s hard to muster up the energy to do what you need (or want) to do if you’re tired or drained. Perhaps you’re stuck in a thought loop and struggle to put your energy towards anything but those unwanted, repetitive thoughts. There are many scenarios where we find ourselves at the whim and mercy of our energy levels. The fact is: we all want to put our energy to good use–and have better control of our energy instead of letting our energy (or lack thereof) control us. The good news is that we CAN move from the passenger seat to the driver seat of our energy.

 

Learn how the  QiOne®2 Pro literally gives your body more energy and vitality.

 

Firstly, what IS energy? The simple definition we learned in science class is that energy is the ability to do work. It’s the potential to cause change. We also learned that energy cannot be created or destroyed. It can only be converted into one form or another. So it makes sense to say that in order to convert/change our own energy in constructive ways, we should identify our energy drain habits–and then replace with energy gain habits so we can take better control of our lives…and live our lives more masterfully.

 

When it comes to energy, the QiOne® 2 Pro is the perfect investment and companion.

The atomic structure of this gold alloy frequency technology device is designed to increase the amount of coherent/structured water (aka EZ water) in your body. This highly structured and complex water state builds negative charge, which converts to energy and in turn drives the work of the cells and the folding of proteins.

 

In other words, coherent water is a crucial determinant in the optimal functioning of your body’s systems. Not only does this coherent state increase cell voltage (giving you more energy), but electrons from the water molecules in this state are freed up to form a protective shell around the cells, preventing viruses, bacteria, EMFs and other harmful toxins from entering. Thanks to the QiOne® 2 Pro, when your cells are better protected, your body is literally energized. And when you are energized, you perform better–at just about everything: your body doesn’t have to expend additional energy fighting against toxins, stress, and other culprits.

 

What diminishes our energy? And what can we do to stop the energy leaks and be restored?

 

It shouldn’t be surprising to hear that poor nutrition, inadequate exercise, and insufficient sleep not only zap people of their basic energy levels, but also of their ability to manage their emotions and focus their attention. 

Here’s a list of seven other common energy drainers that take a toll on our health and wellbeing, along with tips for converting our energy into something more useful.

 

  1. Always checking email and social media. Not only does this diminish otherwise good use of your time, but studies show that sharing Twitter posts, for example, robs people of mental resources. The constant checking also leads to email fatigue and social media anxiety, both of which drain energy.

 

TIP: Check email and social media at two (or three) designated times of the day–and don’t deviate from that. You’ll be better able to focus on other important things and get more accomplished in your day. Another upside: you’ll be less exposed to EMF radiation from your electronic devices.

 

  1. Not following through/procrastinating. Promising your friend or your boss (or even yourself) something and then not following through will sit in the back of your mind and slowly create anxiety due to the lack of follow-through. And it often creates more work in the end. This siphons energy.

 

TIP: Time management is key. Be more realistic and mindful around your promises or intentions to do something. If you do what you say you are going to do, you will have more energy and self-esteem.

 

  1. Holding on to the past and/or living in the future. The past is what it is. It’s behind you. Living in the good old days or beating yourself up about past mistakes is often futile. And you lose energy from it because you’re most likely not consciously addressing the here and now. We also tend to waste time worrying about the future (which can make us sick), or even daydreaming about the future (which often doesn’t match present reality): again, more energy suckers.

TIP: Do your best to accept the past for what it is, and let things go. Or find an effective outlet to process your emotions, such as journaling or speaking to a friend or mental health professional. Make peace with yourself. The more you can get out of your head, the more present you can remain: here and now is the only place where you can truly act and live.

  1. Multitasking. Being super busy but not seeing results can wear you out. This energy vampire can quickly lead to sloppy work: our brains are not hardwired to multitask. We may think we’re doing multiple things at once when in fact our brain is actually “task switching” between different demands vying for attention at the same time. Not only does this reduce the quality of our concentration and work, but it leads to burnout.

 

TIP: Do one activity at a time and take frequent breaks so your brain can reset. When working on your computer, for example, close all browsers except the select few you actually need to do your work. Make a to-do list to prioritize, organize and keep track of the things you need to complete.

  1. Any kind of binging. Consuming an excess of something in a short amount of time–whether it be food, alcohol, drugs, shopping–is something we’ve all done at some point in time. But chronic binging can interfere with daily life. Binge behaviors often have similar causes: they are ways of dealing with negative emotions that are often not rational or healthy. While pleasures can restore your energy in moderation, they drain your energy when it crosses from moderation into excess. Who feels restored after eating a ton of food or binge-watching television for five hours?

TIP: Take a walk: exercise has a protective effect against binge-associated states like depression and anxiety. Meditate: it can help ward off emotional eating. Do yoga: it decreases cortisol, the stress hormone that can lead to binging. Stick to a schedule: studies show that people who followed a schedule/have daily structure are less likely to binge.

  1. Not doing what you love. If the thought of another day doing your usual activity doesn’t give you something to look forward to, then chances are your energy is being drained. Not everyone is in a position to love what they do for work/career path. But if you’re feeling regularly exhausted during the day, you’re probably not doing enough of what inspires you.

TIP: Carve out time to do things that bring a smile to your face. It will ease stress, lift your mood, help you manage chronic pain, and add quality years to your life. If you don’t have hobbies, try something new. Anything new. You will never really know until you try. When you engage in activities that fascinate or inspire you, your energy gets a reboot.

 

  1. Overworking. Constantly being plugged in can make us feel connected and in-the-know, but it also means we never really clock out. While working into the late hours of the night has become the norm for many people, it often prevents sufficient sleep, gets in the way of the good habits you used to have AND is linked to heart disease. It won’t take long for our energy to spiral down and out. And if that isn’t enough, studies show that overworking actually decreases productivity. 

 

TIP: While working long hours can sometimes be rewarding, pay attention to how it makes you feel. Is it interfering with your physical, mental or emotional health? If so, it’s time to reprioritize. Learn to say “no” or negotiate: propose a more reasonable timeline or don’t take on the work. Plan social meetups at the end of the workday. Dig into a hobby. Scheduling non-work activities will force you to unplug and recharge your battery.

 

When you change your energy by stopping the energy drains and replacing them with energy gains, you can change your life.

Invest in your future better-energized self with the QiOne®2 Pro and you’ll be living the best version of yourself. The science is behind it. So, go for it!

 

 

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